devotedness

[ dih-voh-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF devotedness

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The tenderness, the devotedness of his mother had instilled into him an egotism that was ferocious.

Without poetry, there is no loftiness in friendship, no devotedness in love.

Nor did her devotedness to his cause, terminate with his ascension to heaven.

A devotedness so signal was not indeed suffered to go without its reward.

Who can comprehend the depth and devotedness of woman's love?

"Devotedness to a father I must conceive to be a child's first duty," she said.

On the other hand, his admiration of her devotedness to Dr. Shrapnel was unbounded.

I would accept with devotedness the candidacy of the city of Paris.

True happiness is only to be obtained by devotedness to the will of God.

The Evangelical theologians were moved, by the devotedness of the princes.

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